Mr. Speaker, the people of Moncton are shocked to learn that some very respected members of their community are facing deportation.
The Maeng family have put down firm roots since moving to Canada eight years ago. They have built their own business, and their eldest son is studying to become a dentist.
However, despite having disclosed their younger son's health problems from the outset, they are now being told that his autism and epilepsy disqualify them from permanent residency.
Will the minister commit to reviewing this troubling decision on humanitarian and compassionate grounds?